Hey everyone. I just got this vulture in. Haven’t done an exam on him yet (waiting on an extra pair of hands) but it sounds like he was grounded in a neighborhood in Greenville for about 5 days. He will most likely require care from someone who knows more about vultures. The problem is, we cannot afford to transport this guy right now. We need help! Many of you know that we do this work voluntarily and pay for everything out of pocket. If you can, please consider donating to our rescue! This vulture really needs your help! You can donate any amount of money through Paypal, to the email address: firstname.lastname@example.org!
If all of my followers donated just 50 cents it would be more than enough to pay for this bird to get the help he needs! Please donate!
Thank you to everyone who reblogged!
Unfortunately we have still only received $3 to help this guy out!
This is not enough to get the vulture the care he needs! Please help!
I was finally able to do an examination on him and discovered a compound fracture in his left wing elbow joint. This is a serious injury - especially since it is 5 days old now, and he is severely emaciated because of it!
Listen guys, I know it isn’t the usual ‘cute’ animal that is fun to reblog and support. Like a kitten or a dog. But every animal deserves a happy, healthy live. this guy is suffering with pain and starvation and he needs help.
Reblog and donate if you can. It won’t even take that much.
If you can, please help or signal boost. Vultures are true sweeties and need help, too!
sometimes “if i fits, i sits” isn’t the best motto.
so is there a scientific animal behaviorist or whatever reason for cats just trying to squeeze into everything?
a clever ruse. don’t fall for it. they’re just trying to avoid responsibility. i rarely see cat owners ask their cats to do the dishes after they attempt these sorts of sheningans, so clearly cats are onto something.
tries to do things: becomes overridden with anxiety
doesn’t do things: becomes overridden with anxiety
"If you think it’s wrong to hurt animals, you already believe in going vegan."
coleyboley said: Is cage diving vegan? From what I understand, you're just traveling out to a shark's habitat and observing. However, people do make money off of it, so it could potentially count as exploitation even though you're literally just looking at them? Same question goes for whale watching. I want to safely see these magnificent creatures one day, but obviously I don't want to harm them or fund anything that does! Thank you <3
Cage diving, to my knowledge, is 100% fine. You are observing these animals in a non-invasive natural way and I see nothing wrong there. As for whale watching, as long as you go with the right people then there is no problem either. Some whale watching boats will get too close to the whales causing severe noise pollution or in extreme cases, may accidentally hit the whales. Make sure you do your research and find the least invasive company possible! :)
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